Masakazu Mukai
Dr., Kanazawa University, 2004
M.S., Kanazawa University, 2001
B.S., Kanazawa University, 1999
Assistant Professor
Kawabe and Murata Laboratory Department of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering
Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering
Kyushu University
Japanese : English
Coordinates
Room : W2 552
Mail : Depart. of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering,
ISEE, Kyushu University
Motooka 744, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0395, JAPAN
E-mail : mukai@ees.kyushu-u.ac.jp
Research Hybrid Systems  → Cooperative Control
Model Predictive Control, Receding Horizon Control
Tools
Invariant Set Theory
Reconfigure Control
Demonstration on the Web
Application
Projects Multi-Viecle Project(in Japanese)
Publications Journals

M. Mukai, T. Azuma, and M. Fujita
Robust Receding Horizon Control for Hybrid Systems based on Constrained Positively Invariant Sets (in Japanese)
Transactions of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 375-381, 2003.

M. Mukai, T. Azuma, and M. Fujita
Robust Receding Horizon Control for Hybrid Systems based on Constrained Positively Invariant Sets
Transactions of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, Volume E(to appear).

Conference Proceedings (International)

M. Mukai, T. Azuma and M. Fujita
Robust Receding Horizon Control based on Invariant Sets for Piecewise Linear Systems with Bounded Disturbances
Proc. of the 16th IFAC World Congress on Automatic Control
Prague, Czech, July 2005(submitted).

H. Hirano, M. Mukai, T. Azuma and M. Fujita
Optimal Control of Discrete-Time Linear Systems with Network-Induced Varying Delay
Proc. of the 2005 American Control Conference
Portland, OR, June 2005(submitted).

M. Mukai, T. Azuma and M. Fujita
A Collision Avoidance Control for Multi-Vehicle Using PWA/MLD Hybrid System Representation
Proc. of the 2004 IEEE Conference on Control Applications
Taipei, Taiwan, September 2004.

M. Mukai, T. Azuma, and M. Fujita
Robust Receding Horizon Control for Piecewise Linear Systems based on Constrained Positively Invariant Sets
Proc. of the 2002 American Control Conference
pp. 2348-2353, Anchorage, Alaska, May 2002.

M. Mukai, T. Azuma, A. Kojima and M. Fujita
A Min-Max Model Predictive Control for a Class of Hybrid Dynamical Systems
Proc. of the 5th IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation
Kobe, Japan, July 2003.

M. Mukai, T. Azuma, A. Kojima and M. Fujita
Approximate Robust Receding Horizon Control for Piecewise Linear Systems via Orthogonal Partitioning
Proc. of the 7th European Control Conference
University of Cambridge, UK, September 2003.

Conference Proceedings (Domestic)

M. Mukai and M. Fujita
A Design Procedure for Robust Receding Horizon Control of Constrained Piecewise Linear (in Japanese)
Proc. of 30th SICE Symposium on Control Theory, pp. 179-182, Beppu, November 2001.

M. Mukai, T. Azuma, A. Kojima and M. Fujita
Robust Receding Horizon Control with Minimax Theoretic Approach for Piecewise Linear Systems (in Japanese)
Proc. of 31st SICE Symposium on Control Theory, pp. 191-194, Kanagawa, October 2002.

M. Mukai, T. Azuma, A. Kojima and M. Fujita
Approximate Robust Receding Horizon Control for Piecewise Linear Systems via Orthogonal Partitioning (in Japanese)
Proc. of SICE 3rd Annual Conference on Control Systems, pp. 409-412, Kobe, May 2003.

M. Mukai, T. Azuma and M. Fujita
On formation control of multiple vehicles using hybrid system formulation (in Japanese)
Proc. of 32nd SICE Symposium on Control Theory, pp. 165-168, Hamamatsu, November 2003.

Other Documents

M. Mukai, T. Azuma, A. Kojima and M. Fujita
Approximate Robust Receding Horizon Control for Piecewise Linear Systems via Orthogonal Partitioning
University of Stuttgart, Germany, September 2003.

Teaching Assistant Fall 2003: Signals and Systems
Spring 2003: Systems and Control
Fall 2002: Signals and Systems
Fall 2002: Control Theory II
Spring 2002: Systems and Control
Fall 2001: Signals and Systems
Seminars Hybrid Systems Seminar(in Japanese)
Awards Best presentation award of session TM03 (2002 American Control Conference)
Scholarship Inoue Foundation for Science(for Conference), July, 2003.
The Japan Scholarship Foundation, 2002-.
Travel June 25-27, 2001 : American Control Conference 2001, Arlington, Virginia
June 7-10, 2002 : American Control Conference 2002, Anchorage, Alaska
August 31-September 5, 2003 : European Control Conference 2003, Cambridge, UK
September 8-29, 2003 : University of Stuttgart (Prof. Kistner, Institute A fuer Mechanik), Stuttgart, Germany
September 30-October 14, 2003 : ETH (Prof. Morari, Institut fue Automatik), Zurich, Switzerland
Travel Report August 31- October 14, 2003 (Cambridge, Stuttgart, Zurich)(in Japanese)

last up date on May 14, 2004.